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Bob Sage is an 80/20 Sativa with immense recreational and
medicinal benefits. It excels at delivering wake and bake effects that could
accompany one through the day. Not only does it encourage an upbeat
disposition, but also a relaxed state of mind. Beyond the recreational, it also
reduces stress levels and relieves pain, providing patients with a reprieve
against mental and physical afflictions.
Pre-98 Bubba is excellent at relieving pain. It induces a tranquilizing body without locking the body to the couch. Not to mention, it has a familiar musky and coffee profile that gently refreshes the mind at the end of the day. From it, Bob Saget gains its stress-crushing and analgesic benefits.
Its Sativa-leaning genetics, on the other hand, hail from Sage OG. The award-winner has an herbal overtone with hints of fruit that enhance the over all flavor. With regard its effects, it is mostly cerebral. It induces a fast-acting invigoration that energizes both the body and the mind.
The name choice is quite interesting as the American comedian Bob Saget, himself, does not smoke weed. Upon learning that a strain was named after him, however, he pondered on Twitter whether he should sell it at his shows and give a portion of the proceed to charity that support rehabilitation centers.
Our Bob Saget Strain Review
- Adverse reactions
- Flowering time
Information About Bob Saget Strain
|ORIGIN||Sage OG and Pre-98 Bubba Kush|
|EFFECTS||Euphoric – 10
Focused – 8
Uplifted – 7
Happy – 7
Relaxed – 6
|FRAGRANCE||Pine, nutty, sweet, earthy|
|FLAVORS||Sweet, pine, earthy, nutty|
|ADVERSE REACTIONS||Dizzy – 10
Headache – 9
Dry mouth – 3
Pain – 10
Depression – 5
Fatigue – 5
Lack of Appetite – 1
|FLOWERING TIME INDOOR||10 to 12 weeks|
|FLOWERING TIME OUTDOOR||Late October to mid-November|
|THC CONTENT %||18% to 20%|
|INDOOR YIELD||12 to 16 ounces per square meter|
|OUTDOOR YIELD||16 ounces or more per plant|
|RESISTANCE TO DISEASE||Unknown|
* 10 is the highest
* 1 is the lowest
Bob Saget is quick
to act, delivering a euphoric buzz all over the body within minutes after the
first toke. Thus, users should practice proper pacing and moderation to keep
the high pleasant. After all, with its 18% to 20% THC, it could just as easily stun
users with an overwhelming sensory overload.
In moderation, however, its onset is a pleasant uplift that turns the day around. It leaves users feeling happy, improving the mood even as the hours pass. At the same time, it clears the mind, sharpens the senses, and calms the nerves – instilling a sense of peace and tranquility that ultimately enhances focus.
No doubt, it is a great strain to use in the morning in place of a morning cup of coffee. It provides a subtle but continuous rush of energy that removes heaviness in the limbs. Like a well-oiled machine, users become agile and limber in completing tasks or doing light physical tasks.
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Bob Saget exudes a refreshing aroma of pine with undertones of nuts. Upon combustion, it complements the initial profile with a sweet blend of wet soil.
Enthralling the senses at the first toke is the taste of sweet pine. Further enhancing the mood are notes of soil and freshly unearthed nuts which, on the exhale, intensifies on the exhale.
One thing to remember about Bob Saget is that it can sometimes overwhelm the mind. After all, it is a potent Sativa that thrills the senses with its energizing head high. High doses could potentially lead to dizziness and headaches. Most of the time, however, users only experience a dry mouth as a result of its moisture-inhibiting cannabinoids.
Stress relief is
among the top reasons cannabis enthusiasts provide when asked why they consume.
To this end, Bog Saget could be of great use. Its uplifting qualities go beyond
the recreational and reduce the overwhelming dread that characterizes chronic
stress. It also refreshes the mind and invigorates the body to wave off the tiredness.
Long-sufferers of depression,
anxiety, and PTSD may find comfort in Bob Saget as well. In pushing back the
negativity, it also manages the deep-seated feelings of agitation, hopelessness
and despair. In its place, there is a euphoric and energizing buzz that
encourages upbeat users to stay active.
Its soothing body effects kneads the muscles free of random aches and pains caused by fatigue or overwork. Its tranquilizing qualities are an impressive analgesic. It reduces the discomfort and soreness of certain conditions such as arthritis, bruises, cramps, and joint pains while also basking the body in relaxation.
It could also be used as an anti-emetic and appetite stimulant. In invigorating the mind and body, it wakes up the desire for food while it soothes the stomach to prepare it for food. Thus, patients with anorexia and similar eating disorders could find an ally in the strain.
Bob Saget is a tall
plant that will appreciate some height management when cultivated indoors. Otherwise,
it could continue to stretch toward the light and block off the light in the
lower nodes. Topping is a good way to keep it short. This horticultural
technique removes the top of the plant to stop it from growing upward. It also
makes it bushier, so it develops side branches.
Another method is through the Screen of Green. In this setup, growers must install a screen above the current canopy and weave the branches into the net to halt vertical growth. It creates an even canopy, encourages lateral growth, and improves light distribution to the lower nodes. Paired with Topping, it creates multiple budding sites, repurposes growth hormones to new offshoots, and encourages higher yields.
It would be good to install life-support equipment that will aid in the plant’s growth. For instance, having a small fan to mimic a light breeze will strengthen its stalks while also reducing the temperature inside the room. A proficient ventilation system reduces high levels of humidity, so the plant does not encounter problems such as mold, mildew, or bud and root rot. Meanwhile, a 600-watt HID light to be added to the room during the flowering phase will improve bud production.
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It takes Bob Saget between 10 to 12 weeks to flower. Once ready for harvest, growers can expect between 12 to 16 ounces of buds per square meter.
In the northern hemisphere, Bob Saget blooms between the last week of October to the middle of November. It produces at least 16 ounces of buds per plant.
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